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The second biggest aquarium in Europe.
The second biggest aquarium in Europe. Watch thousands of fish, penguins and sharks in this interactive sea-life museum. Unlike Genoese Aquarium it has a long glass tube, where you can walk watching sharks and other fish swimming around.
Moll d'Espanya del Port Vell, s/n, Barcelona, Spain
+34 932 21 73 76
L’Aquàrium de Barcelona or Aquarium Barcelona is home to 11,000 marine animals across 450 species
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